Abdul Khaliq Qureshi
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Advisor to Chief Minister on Higher Education and Information, Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani has said that PTI government instead to produce unemployed graduates like past but this is being produced following a comprehensive plans as well as to fulfil market necessities.
He said that on all over the varsities research institutions were being promoted, rather than to setting up ten universities in the KP province the varsities campuses have been also set up to promote trend of education so that every child belonging to backward areas could be able to seek fruit of knowledge conveniently, comfortably and free but cheapest than before at their door step. However, the KP government had introduced an exclusive University of Technology for the first time in the province.
He was addressing a meeting of three days conference held under the auspices of Abbottabad University of Science and Technology at Jalalbaba Auditorium on Thursday. Beside, Vice Chancellor Abbottabad University of Science and Technology Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad, Professor Dr. Sarfaraz Ahmad, Professor Dr.Ishtiaq Ahmad Somro, among many other expert delegates from all over the country was also present on the occasion. Moreover, the Higher Education Minister, Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani was the chief guest.
The Minister on Higher Education went on to say that PTI’s KP government was being considered the education sector on priority basis seriously to promote on every nook and corner of the province. He said that the PTI’s KP government was of the view to set up colleges’ at large scale to facilitate the huge number of students from every school of thought.
He pointed out that PTI government has the honour by establishing scores of colleges at dozens of places while the classes system was continuing there this time also. Moreover, he divulged that admission system on merit was opened online for all ranks of students so that they may took admission to seek knowledge with letter and spirit. Meanwhile, the delegates’ participants’ scholars from remaining parts of the country also spoke on this occasion.